The all-pack meeting takes place one Friday each month, 7 – 8:30 pm at Lutheran Church of the Reformation, 212 East Capitol St NE, Washington, DC 20003.
The meeting schedule will be posted on the Scoutbook calendar.
Our meeting space is the Parish Hall on the lower level, which can be accessed through an alley to the right of the church’s front entrance.
The Pack Meeting is a fun time for everyone. Dens show off the projects they have been working on, lead songs, perform skits, and awards are presented to the Scouts. It is a time for the family to get information on upcoming activities and share in the Scouting spirit. Join in the excitement while watching your son advance!
Should Parents Attend Pack Meetings?
Parents are encouraged to attend. Planning and registration for big upcoming events takes place at nearly every pack meeting.
If you choose to drop off your child, you must designate another adult whom you trust to be responsible for your child.
Siblings are welcome. Pack meetings, like most events in Cub Scouts, are open to the whole family. Siblings of all ages frequently attend meetings and other events, and can sometimes be included in the activities.
Facility guidelines for Lutheran Church of the Reformation
These rules apply during pack meetings and other events held at the church:
- Cub Scouts and other children are not allowed to hang out in the alleyway leading to the pack meeting room, as it may disturb the neighbors. They can be in front of the Church.
- Cub Scouts and other children are not allowed to climb on the walls or the playhouse in front of the Church.
- To avoid leaving a mess for the church, no food or refreshments are to be provided during pack meetings.